Rand Paul’s Lesson from Aesop


As a politician who has tried to appeal to broad swaths of the electorate — not just the Republican base — he’s opened himself up to an assault from all sides.

by Mike King

DEAR SILLY LITTLE Randy Pandy (as in panderer). TomatoBubble’s Anti-New York Times warned you that both factions of America’s PRC (Predatory Ruling Class) would ultimately turn on you. We told you to build upon your father’s coalition and reach out to independents and the disaffected. (ILLUSTRATION: Rand Paul inside Jerusalem’s Wailing Wall tunnel, showing his steadfast support to the state of Israel.)

But no. You insisted on collecting “brownie points” from the “Left” with your acceptance of inner city voter fraud, illegal immigration, and your disgusting photo-ops with that vile, murder-inciting, scum-of-the-earth, Communist rabble-rousing son of a ghetto skank, Al Charlatan.

Fox News Pundit Megyn Kelly gives Rand the ‘harsh’ treatment in a recent media interview.

You then thought you could fool Bloody Bibi Satanyahu with your “I Love Israel” shtick and your yarmulke-wearing act at Jerusalem’s Wailing Wall. Silly boy. Satanyahu may be evil as all hell, but a gullible chump he is most certainly not. His minions at FOX News are already eating you alive, as is the aforementioned “Left” TV station, CNN.

“He’s trying to be an all-inclusive Republican candidate. He’s trying to make everyone happy, but in doing so, he’s making everyone unhappy,” Republican strategist Ron Bonjean told CNN.

April 11, 2015

Both the Marxists and the Likudniks hated your father; and they hate you. Most of all, they hate us “isolationists” and “extremists” and “racists” that admired your father’s principled stands. Did you really believe that such pathetic stunts as your vicious anti-Putin hate letter, your advocacy of sanctions against Iran, and your patronizing stories about hard-working Mexican illegals you once encountered was going to win over the mainstream media and get you elected?

Exactly what did this accomplish for you, Rand?

Surely, by now, you know better. The problem is, Rand, due to your shameless pandering to both controlled factions of the PRC, your father’s passionate base of activists has gone lukewarm. Who will you turn to now? Oh sure, most of us who went ga-ga over your dad, and your 2010 Senate campaign, would still prefer you as the GOP candidate over pure filth like Bush, Perry, Fiorina, Rubio and Cruz. But if you think you’ll be able to resurrect the multi-million dollar ‘Money Bombs’ and the red-hot passion of Paul campaigns past, think again. Even if you were to make a strategic about face and boldly ditch your new “friends,” we just ain’t feelin’ it for you anymore, buddy.


The legendary Greek philosopher and story-teller, Aesop, was so right in all of his fables, which is why they are no longer read in the youth insane asylums we call public schools. Here Rand; learn something:

A great conflict was about to come off between the Birds and the Beasts. When the two armies were collected together the Bat hesitated which to join. The Birds that passed his perch said: “Come with us”; but he said: “I am a Beast.” Later on, some Beasts who were passing underneath him looked up and said: “Come with us”; but he said: “I am a Bird.” Luckily at the last moment peace was made, and no battle took place, so the Bat came to the Birds and wished to join in the rejoicings, but they all turned against him and he had to fly away. He then went to the Beasts, but soon had to beat a retreat, or else they would have torn him to pieces. “Ah,” said the Bat, “I see now.”

Aesop’s Fable of the Birds and the Beasts

Lesson: He that is neither one thing nor the other has no friends.

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 Source: Obligatorio Recordar

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